'Dharma & Greg' Alum Jenna Elfman Shares Rare Photo of Her Teenage Son on His Birthday
"Dharma and Greg" star Jenna Elfman recently shared a rare photo of herself and her son Story on social media. That picture serves as her tribute for her eldest boy on his birthday.
In the throwback snap she shared on Instagram, Elfman, 48, and Story, 13, are seen goofing around outside. Happiness was evident on their faces.
The pair posed huddled together during a stroll outside. The actress bent down slightly as she wrapped her arm around Story.
HE CHANGED HER LIFE
"OH. MY. GOD. YOU. ARE. A. TEENAGER. NOW," Elfman captioned the photo. "Happy Birthday, my dear eldest boy."
The doting mother added that Story changed her life in the absolute best and lovely ways. She then expressed gratitude toward him for teaching her new lessons in life.
Elfman's legion of fans adored the recent update. As of writing, the post already amassed over three thousand likes. Many also greeted Story in the comment section.
Aside from Story, Elfman is also a proud mother to son Easton. According to Inquistr, the actress usually keeps details regarding her two youngsters private.
However, on occasion, she has offered fans glimpses into her home life. For instance, she has previously talked about how her role as a parent has impacted her acting choices.
Elfman and her husband, Bodhi Elfman, have been happily married since 1995.
A SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE
In a 2014 interview, Elfman said, "I bring the love of my children to the love of these people, for sure… because I have two little boys, I know how to give love."
Elfman and her husband, Bodhi Elfman, have been happily married since 1995. In an interview in 2018, the actress credited Scientology for making her marriage successful, as reported by Daily Mail.
The Golden Globe winner explained that the religion offered courses on communication and improving relationships.
"We've never cheated on each other, we've never broken up. We hang in there," the actress said, adding that raising Story and Easton keeps up her sanity in a "crazy world."
Elfman started her career as a professional dancer, according to IMDb. She ultimately transitioned to acting, most popular for her role as Dharma in the TV series "Dharma and Greg."
Most recently on TV, Elfman starred as Alice in the comedy series "Imaginary Mary." She also made appearances on "Shameless" and "Damages."
Her other notable television credits are "My Name is Earl," "The Mindy Project," "Two and a Half Men," and "Royal Pains."